If you don’t use a pack liner, you should. Dedicated pack liners are more user friendly, more durable, and more environmentally sustainable. In my own research, the Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil liner is the best so far that I’ve found on the market. Ditch your trash bag and shell out the $40 and get yourself a pack liner, you won’t regret it.Read More
Variety of clothing for sale, some used some brand new. Please contact me at Maxwell.firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in purchasing. Local pickup is available in the Denver area, otherwise I’ll add $8 for shipping anywhere in the US.
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One winter several years back, I was out instructing a day of ice climbing with a friend of mine (who happens to be a Patagonia athlete), and he was wearing what is now the Patagonia Capilene Air Hoody. (I believe this original version was called the Merino Air Hoody.) When I first saw it, I was impressed with this snug, buff/hood hybrid type baselayer that seemed to fit so perfectly under a helmet, and was sure that I needed one.Read More
The Gore range has quickly become the area I've spent the most of my time in. Despite having worked for over 50 days in this range, I keep finding myself returning in my personal time. This season I was staffed on a 30 day Mountaineering and Rock Climbing course with the Colorado Outward Bound School. Here are some highlights from our amazing course. (Click the image to enlarge)
For whatever reason, I’ve always had an addiction to packs. Even though I recently sold a few that I hardly used, I still have over a dozen backpacks in all sizes and styles. That why when I was offered the opportunity to test out the CAMP-USA Eghen 35 pack, there was no way I could say no.Read More